The Application of Product Services System in Remanufacturing Activities
|Publikasjon||IMS2020 - Proceedings from the IMS2020 Summer School on Sustainable Manufacturing|
|Nøkkelord||Remanufacturing, product service system, support system, decision support.|
|Redaktør||Astrid Vigtil. Asbjørn Rolstadås, Bjørn Moseng|
|Utgiver||Tapir Akademisk Forlag|
|Adresse utgiver||Besøksadresse: Tapir Akademisk Forlag Nardoveien 12, Trondheim|
Postadresse: Tapir Akademisk Forlag Postboks 2461 Sluppen 7005 Trondheim
AbstraktRemanufacturing is a well establish process which has been adopted within many
manufacturing sectors. There are however significant recognised challenges within this
practice, some of which are discussed in the paper. In addition, Product Service System also
represents a growing area of research which attributes towards sustainable manufacturing, the
uptake of which has also been significantly impacted due the general lack of suitable
supporting methodologies and tools. When considering the requirements of these two sets of
strategies several similarities have been identified for tools and methodologies that could
potentially support these activities. This paper discusses the limitations of the current stateof-
the art in both strategies, analysing the opportunities for a tool capable of supporting the
activity of remanufacturing using a service provision model. Logistics (and reverse
logistics), remanufacturing planning, information and knowledge management are identified
and investigated to support the applications of remanufacturing and product service system.
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